T-50

Mittens or Masters, Blue Magpies or Golden Eagles?

As the complexity of fighter aircraft keeps increasing, the need for better training aircraft that can prepare pilots for this higher level of performance...
BISim-VBS4

New Zealand Army Selects BISim’s VBS4 for Tactical Command and Control...

Bohemia Interactive Simulations (BISim) is pleased to announce that the New Zealand Army is the latest to join a growing list of military customers...

Receiving you Loud and Clear

Space-based communications and surveillance systems have become indispensable to armed forces in the era of networked warfare, which is premised upon reliable and efficient...
NH90s-RNZAF

Royal New Zealand Air Force signs contract for CAE 700MR Series...

CAE today announced it has been awarded a contract from the New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) to provide the Royal New Zealand Air Force...

Rolls-Royce to provide engines for the RNZN’s

Rolls-Royce announced on 20 September that it would supply a Combined Diesel Electric and Diesel (CODLAD) propulsion system for the Royal New Zealand Navy’s...

Guarding the Coasts

Somewhere between economic constraints and a significant increase of non-traditional threats in littoral regions and on the high seas, the market for Offshore Patrol...
JMSDF

ASW the Japanese Way

The Japanese Acquisition, Technology and Logistics Agency (ATLA) presented the Kawasaki P-1 Anti-Submarine Warfare/Maritime Patrol Aircraft (ASW/MP) at this year’s Paris Air Show. Deliveries of...
KAWASAKI

Kawasaki’s C-2 readies for Dubai display

Japan is increasing efforts to promote Kawasaki Heavy Industries’ (KHI’s) C-2 medium transport aircraft to international customers, its Ministry of Defense (MoD) announced last...
The CAE 700MR Series NH90 simulator

CAE hands over CAE 700MR NH90 simulator to Royal New Zealand...

CAE announced that it officially handed over a CAE 700MR Series NH90 flight training device to the New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) and Royal...
Pinzgauer 6x6

New Zealand Army Utility Vehicle Replacement

The New Zealand Army is moving forward to replace its current fleets of tactical utility vehicles. The acquisition is the last of Tranche One...

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